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Nov 11, 2013 12:35am EST
provider. now you can watch us in hd. the environmental protection agency held a public meeting to discuss carbon emission regulations on existing power plants. that meeting is one of several scheduled by the -- epa to seek input from the public. this is a little more than an hour and a half. >> thank you all very much for coming to participate in today's session, which is part of what is now an ongoing national to helption intended the environmental protection agency and the state determine promising approaches to reducing carbon pollution's from existing power plants. power plants are the nation's single largest source of carbon pollution, a source we must address as we work to address time -- climate change and one of the most significant health risks of our time. science tells us that climate change is real. human activities are fueling that change and we must take action now to avoid most devastating consequences. in june, president obama called on agencies across the federal government, including epa, to take action to cut carbon pollution to protect our country from the impa
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